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Windows 10, ARM64 and Unreal Engine? On the same laptop? Is that a thing?
It soon will be. In this blog, I’ll show how you can get started porting your UE4 games and graphics to Windows 10 on ARM in order to prepare for a targeted version of Unreal Engine.
Are you still running your artificial intelligence workloads in the cloud? That may make sense for training your models, but if your applications depend on techniques like person detection and pose estimation to name a few, then it’s time you looked into on-device AI.
XR presents many challenges, with its high framerate requirements, high resolution, and low latency, all within a small power and thermal budget. One foundational technology that can be used to counter the workload increase in such an environment is motion estimation – the process of calculating the movement of objects across frames of recorded or rendered images.
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